Despite the result, Nicol thinks the performance was nothing to celebrate.
"But the truth is that I don't think Bayern knew what they wanted to do. Clearly in the first leg they sat and gave nothing away.
"But at home, and the reason we all thought they were favourites, you'd expect them to be pushing again, but they didn't. They didn't go forward, they just sort of sat and waited.
"If you look at the stats, the only reason they had more possession was because Liverpool kept giving them the ball.
"That had nothing to do with what they were doing. Liverpool on the ball in this game overall, I thought they were atrocious. I thought they were as bad as I've ever seen."